Perfect for in and out of the office. In collaboration with AG.
Now more than ever, "work clothes" need to be versatile. Some days you're in an office, others you're traveling between clients or prioritizing meetings in between running errands or doing afternoon school pickup. It's in these situations—ones that call for polished ensembles that aren't too stuffy—where denim is the hero.
What do we mean? Ahead, stylist Alexis Badiyi demonstrates the power of denim flawlessly in six looks that feature tailored, timeless designs by AG, modeled on Coveteur's Head of Brand and Editor-in-Chief Jessica Teves. Featuring the label's iconic denim designs, each ensemble strikes a balance of sleekness and creativity. Denim-on-denim outfits come together in a fresh, casual approach to suiting, and a no-fuss button-down look gets elevated with high-waist jeans with an extra-wide-leg silhouette. Meanwhile, the essential denim jacket finds a home sandwiched between a basic crewneck tee and a sharp plaid overcoat. Below, Badiyi explains the tricks to all these clever, polished outfit equations that work for the office, home, or some unconventional combination of the two.
Cropped Jacket + High-Rise Jeans + Cami
Vintage-Inspired Denim + Button-Down Top + Turtleneck
"Is it just me or are you forever looking for a great pair of light-washed denim? These are one of those pairs that truly feel vintage in the best way."
Pleated Cords + Cropped Jacket + Plaid Coat
"In this season of ever-changing weather, layers are key. Denim is a great base layer under a tailored coat. These Pleated Deven corduroys are the understated star of this ensemble. They have an incredible fit and weight to them."
High-Rise, Wide-Leg Jeans + Silky Button-Down
Painting: Emma Schwartz
"The fit on these Deven pants are excellent, their ultra high-rise and wide-leg cut give an illusion of endless legs. They are effortlessly paired with the dark silk Shiela Relaxed Button Shirt for a day-to-night look."
Coordinating Floral Set + Metallic Sandals
"AG’s new wine floral print worn as a matching set is quite the statement. It makes us all look fondly towards spring."